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« on: 08/27/11 04:57PM »
Looking for some a small die grinder, angle grinder. I dont want something cheap, but i dont want snap on. Any one know a good 'usa' company?

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Re: pneumatic tools
« Reply #1 on: 08/27/11 05:34PM »
http://www.tooltopia.com/
try this place Ingersoll-Rand is a good brand, they make tools for matco tools and matco just puts there name on them atleast for pneumatic tools

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« Reply #2 on: 08/27/11 05:45PM »
Its hard to wrong with an ingersoll rand.
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Re: pneumatic tools
« Reply #3 on: 08/27/11 05:46PM »
Yes Ingersol Rand is a good brand, there are also some hi end real high speed hand grinders out there 30K rpm etc.  Depends on what your trying to grind.  I have the IR  stuff at work and it does work well.  Grinding points and proper lube make a big difference with aluminum and you want a good source of air, as they gulp air.  I use a 15hp rotary compressor 140psi, with a refrigerated dryer. :2:

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Re: pneumatic tools
« Reply #4 on: 08/27/11 06:26PM »
Its hard to wrong with an ingersoll rand.

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Re: pneumatic tools
« Reply #5 on: 08/27/11 07:27PM »
yes, its for a heavy metal work shop i just got on with. I need to be able to cut a host of metals, and not bog down. I usually use marvel mysterie oil (three drops per few hours). I like good tools, and keeping them in good working order.

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« Reply #6 on: 08/27/11 07:32PM »
If that is a good part of what the shop does I would think they would supply those tools, as you will need more than one!  You will also need some ear protection as if operated a long time they can get a bit boring!

 

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